Swine Flu Jab

I'm getting told conflicting information on who the very first priority group is

I read on the BBC website and the government website that asthmatics etc are the very first priority group to have the jab but someone I know who is a nurse said that pregnant women are the forst group

I'm in Scotland so from a purely selfish perspective I'm wondering if Scotland are doing it differently. I thought people with weak lungs would have been the obvious first priority

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  • not sure who is to get it first, but this tinyurl.com/meku9o makes a strong case for those with respiratory problems.

  • roxy says on wednesday chanel 1 or 3 theres a flu jab program how if effects people and about the injection so help by sending the message aroundx

  • HEALTH: Swine Flu: Everything You Need To Know

    On: BBC 1 (1)

    Date: Wednesday 16th September 2009

    Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (1 hour long)

    Jeremy Vine, Sophie Raworth and Fergus Walsh travel through the UK and the world to expose the myths and the dangers of swine flu. Who is most vulnerable? How do you avoid it? Plus, can the NHS cope?

    (Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles)


    Excerpt taken from DigiGuide - the world's best TV guide available from getdigiguide.com/?p=1&r=28672

    Copyright (c) GipsyMedia Limited.

  • Thanks for posting that Woody, think I will watch that as I have always been very susceptible to flu and before getting seasonal flu jab would get hit badly twice a year.

    Been ill with a weird virus for the last few months and been diagnosed with pernicious anemia which made me feel crap so really do not think I could cope with getting floored with flu

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